My daughter and I popped in for a late lunch on a Saturday afternoon. There was only 1 customer seated, and our order came up quickly. We shared an order of Brushcetta (2 large pieces for each of us) and a Margherita pie. Yummy! Thin crust, slightly charred on the edges. Fresh tomato sauce, basil and cheese. It was fun to watch the wood-burning stove, and listen to the proprietors speaking Italian. Took me back to that awesome Italian vacation I took with my husband before kids. This is authentic Italian, and may be an acquired taste for teens who have never had the real thing.
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